The Weeknd is continuing to take the music world by storm in bigger and bigger ways. He is now working with artists like Daft Punk who have created their own share of legendary music. With an upcoming 2016 album titled Starboy on the way, we wanted to look at exactly what The Weeknd’s Net Worth is in 2016.
The Weeknd has mastered the art of being a R&B artist who has successfully crossed over to the pop/mainstream music market and managed to thrive. His biggest hits include, “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills.”
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“But back in 2012, when I was continuing to do that kind of music, people were fed up with it,” The Weeknd told Pitchfork.
“They were like, ‘This is all he can do?’ I owe it to myself to show the world how versatile I can be, because that’s not all I can do. Why can’t I try something that challenges me as an artist?”
So, now to the official business, what exactly is The Weeknd’s Net Worth. Well, taking into consider his past net worths of around $30 million and adding a haul from The Madness World Tour along with album sales from Beauty Behind The Madness, we estimate that The Weeknd’s Net Worth is $35 million.